We have a specialist new build conveyancing team who will assist you from start to finish with your new build conveyancing matter. Our specialist team are equipped to deal with the complex process of New Build conveyancing and will help to reduce the time it takes to complete as well as advising you every step of the way.
Thomas Flavells & Sons can offer professional advice and assistance on:
New build conveyancing is a complex area and differs from buying a traditional property. More often than not, the buyers are faced with the daunting prospect of committing to the purchase of a home before it is even built! Handling a New Build matter requires knowledge on the applicable laws surrounding plot purchases, planning permission and more.
With the right team in place, we can commit to the short time period for successfully exchanging contracts, which you will find many developers require. Failure to stick to the time restraints could result in the buyer losing their deposit and their desired home.
Many new-builds can be purchased with the addition of a Help-to-Buy Equity Loan and ISA, and at a discounted market value. These factors will also require additional processes and checks to be carried out by your advisor, it is therefore vital that your matter is in capable and experienced hands. To put your mind at ease, we have put in place a dedicated team to ensure the right skill set is matched with your requirements.
Let our specialist team handle the legal process for your new build home and ensure all processes are dealt with in a professional and expert manner.
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